Hundreds of cyclists will be hitting the streets of B/CS Sunday morning to fight cancer.
The final week of March is here. Looks like things could get active again before we move into the month of April. This evening, things will be quiet but the southerly breeze remains through sunset. It should drop off overnight to about 5-10 mph. Temperatures won't be as cool as they were this morning as the moisture is back in play. Expect a start in the mid 60s on Monday. Monday could feature a stray shower or storm in the afternoon as a cold front just clips the Brazos Valley. If a shower does develop, it won't last long and won't have an impact on outdoor events in the area. It'll be a different story come Wednesday as a powerful storm system develops out to the west. This one could bring a good round of rain and storms in for most of Wednesday. Timing is a bit up in the air at this point, so keep an eye on the forecast over the next couple of days.
This weekend the Museum of the American G.I. hosted their annual Living History Weekend.
The Hearne High School Softball team did a different kind of training this afternoon. It was all about self-defense and what these women need in their everyday life.
The No. 7 Texas A&M Softball team suffered a 5-1 loss to Missouri Saturday at the Aggie Softball Complex.